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FDCI & Tamana to host Khadi fashion show
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Apr '16
Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) in association with Tamana, a non-profit organisation that works with multiply challenged, to host a Khadi fashion show titled “Inclusion Beyond Boundries” to be held on April 30, in New Delhi.

Ten FDCI designers including Abraham & Thakore, Anju Modi, Gaurav Jai Gupta, JJ Valaya, Payal Jain, Rahul Mishra, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Rina Dhaka, Rohit Bal and Samant Chauhan will create ensembles in Khadi and present them in a pure, simple and versatile form for the differently abled and fulfill their dreams of walking the ramp for the show. 

“The dream of 'Tamana' is to make the world appreciate and accept this diversity so that the journey of life becomes pleasant for all. We hope to meet our aspiration with the help of Sunil Sethi. Tamanas' annual fashion show has over the years depicted that fashion is inclusive; it does not discriminate, even the disadvantaged can imbibe the latest fashion and fulfill their desires and aspirations of looking good and fashionable,” said Shyama Chona, Founder and President, Tamana.

Suni Sethi, president, FDCI talking about the show said, “Our designers will make craft soaked ensembles in the fabric of the nation – Khadi and make the dreams of the differently-abled come true by encouraging them through the lexicon of style.”

For the last 10 years, Tamana has been organising the show with the support of the fashion fraternity in their individual capacities. This year, the event is being executed under the umbrella of the FDCI. (HO)

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